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Poster: Administrator, Curator, or Stafftracey pooh Date: Mar 20, 2012 4:57pm
Forum: forums Subject: Re: Incorrect length of videos in new streamer?

ok, something is definitely kind of wacky with these three .mpeg files.
(if you mplayer the .mpeg, the onscreen end time is far off, but plays correctly. so i think it's breaking our current "demux-transcode-A/V-separately-remux" scheme for ogv right now. i'm updating that to be more like our current h.264 deriving where we transcode the audio and video directly together inside ffmpeg.

the good thing is that i think my updated ffmpeg and .ogv creation mostly fixes the problem as far as i can tell. i'm remaking the .ogv w/ my test setup for the other 2 of 3 items.

we can rederive all the .ogv for your items once i've done some more testing/qualification and make the new .ogv creation path live.

and i guess you were saying the audio and video start to get out of sync, presumably watching the ogv with a modern version of firefox and a [video] tag....

--tracey

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